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It's nice with crushed peppercorns or powdered ginger, this is how my Somalian inlaws drink it :)
I love somalian tea, I trink it very often, but never tried it with nutmeg. But it sounds nice, I'll try it. Somalian tea is really delicious, especially for cosy evenings at home.
I LOVE nutmeg...this tea is delicious. I have a 4c pot & added 1TB sugar per cup & will cut back next time. It didn't get very dark. Thank you!
Every since my brother gave me a cup of this Somalian tea from his family's restaurant, I've been
hook every since. So I asked him to give me the recipe, however I can't get it to taste like the restaurant.This is a everyday tea.
I`ve made teas like this before but not Somalian tea. I do wish amounts for water, milk and sugar was posted! First look at the nutritional facts will through you off when making this. I tried it without sugar But it did need a sweetener so I added honey my choice. I steeped with fresh ginger and peppercorns. This is very close to chai. Which does mean tea!
this was really good cuz.......I'am from somalian so everything tastes and smells good
This is a delicious dark, spicey blend! I followed MelissaJJ's suggestion and added a couple black peppercorns, which I feel is a really nice addition. This does benefit from a fairly generous addition of sugar. Very warming and rejuvenating. I felt that I had to take off a star becaue I would really like to see a guideline for the amount of water to use- I used 2 cups, but a teapot can be anywhere from 1 cup to 10 cups and this will have a huge effect on the end result. Thanks for a nice tea, Missy.